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post's" bob woodward. and he's got some fascinating information about the budget negotiations. i think he's bringing some tapes. also, deputy campaign manager for president obama, stephanie cutter's going to be with us. and as i said, as well as the great peter gammons. >>> up next, we've got mike allen with the top stories in the "politico playbook." we've got dueling videos. the right has their own video of president obama. the left has a paul ryan video. it's a whole lot of fun. i'm sure you'll love it. >>> first here's bill karins. he's got a check on the forecast. bill. >> morning, joe. maybe you noticed yourself down in d.c., too, the fog, a big issue this morning up and down the big cities from new york city all the way down through philadelphia, baltimore and d.c. give yourself some extra time. i'm sure we're going to have airport delays as the airports get going this morning. some people are saying it's the worst fog they've seen in a long time throughout this region. it will lift by 9:00 or 10:00 a.m. so the heart of it is right now. we will see a few showers during the day b
on tape hiring a hit man. >> what do you want done with bob meredith? >> i want him killed. >> inside a sensational crime. we've got the tapes. >>> and never say never. justin bieber gets violently sick on stage midconcert, but the pop star rallies back. we have his emotional thank you to the crowd. ♪ save it up >>> and happy sunday morning to everyone at home. we have a lot to tell you about on this last day of september, already october around the corner, including the tsa now under fire. the agency is charged with keeping the nation's airports safe, but how did two loaded guns make it through security this week alone? a lot of worried people in america this morning. >> two loaded guns. they also let a live cat through there. they're on a bad run. >>> also this morning, the search for a brother and sister missing since their home burned down a week ago. police say the kids were not inside the home that burned down, so where are they now? the amber alert this morning. >>> plus, you may have hundreds, even thousands of dollars, in hidden accounts that you don't even know about. this
. controversy. and next week, bob, these projections... they're... optimistic. productivity up, costs down, time to market reduced... those are good things. upstairs, they will see fantasy. not fantasy... logistics. ups came in, analyzed our supply chain, inventory systems... ups? ups. not fantas who would have thought? i did. we did, bob. we did. got it. new pink lemonade 5-hour energy? 5-hour energy supports the avon foundation for women breast cancer crusade. so i can get the energized feeling i need and support a great cause? i'm sold. pink lemonade 5-hour energy? yeah and a portion of every sale goes to the avon foundation for women breast cancer crusade. i'm sold. new pink lemonade 5-hour energy. get the alert, energized feeling you need and support breast cancer research and access to care. >> well, maybe nothing can stop the drama of june's controversial health care ruling and the supreme court starting off with a bang and revisit the issue of racial preferences and the use of austin's race and undergraduate admissions process and violates the confusion. we're back with dan henninger an
of trying to kill his colleague, caught on tape, hiring a hit man. >> what do you done with bob meredith. >> i want him killed. >> inside a sensational crime. we got the trips. >>> and never say never. justin bieber gets violently sick on stage, mid-concert. but he rallies back. we have his emotional comments to the crowd. >>> and happy sunday morning to everyone at home. we have a lot to tell you about this on this last day of september, already. including the tsa now under fire, the agency is charged with keeping the airports safe, how did two loaded guns make it through security this week. >> two loaded guns? they also allowed a cat. >>> a brother and sister missing since their home burned down a week ago. the kids were not inside the home that burned down, so where are they now? is the amber alert this morning. >>> plus, you may have hundreds or thousands of dollars in hidden accounts that you don't know about, a true story, you won't believe that we have helped one family uncovered. we'll show you how you can get your money. >>> check this out from the brilliant minds of two enginee
-- >> thank you. >> let's check in on bob pisani. >> nelson peltz, one wonders where they're going to see there. they did lower their stake in legg mason, delivering shares to an investor in the fund, worth xhen mentioning. >> that's been a stinker. >> let's check in with bob pisani who's here on the floor with more on what is moving on this monday. good morning. >> joanie mitchell, that was good. you notice we're up. all the market this is morning, go overnight, all my e-mails, oh, my heavens. asia is a mess and the numbers were not good out of china. not good out of taiwan and not good out of most places in the world that had a pmi that was published. but the minute europe opened, the minute europe opened, the markets rallied. not only europe. s&p futures rallied, the euro rallied, the dollar weakened, commodities went up. why? it's very simple. more stimulus and a smooth transition towards a spanish bailout is what's motivating stocks right now. i'm not happy about the weak asian situation either. but you can see what's moving stocks. everybody, everybody over the weekend was debating
pitcher bob gibson struck out a world series record 17 batters. in game one against the tigers and what a series that was. 1968 was the year the pitcher. the detroit's mcclain won 31 games that year, but bob gibson beat him twice in that same series. the intimidating writing was the 22 game winner with 1.12 era. the cardinals went on to win game 1 and gibson struck out 35 bat increase that series, also a major league record. the tigers won it all in seven long games. these days, bob gibson still regarded as one of the most dominant pitchers of his time, but a hall of famer throug
who lost in 1972, bob dole -- on november 6 either obama or romney will face defeat. how will they handle it? coming up in a few moments, jill stein will be joining us from boston to talk about her race for the presidency. later, virgil goode on his own third-party bid. good morning, nancy. >> on today's talk shows, the focus is campaign 2012 and the upcoming presidential debates. appearing on several of these shows is chris christie. c-span radio brings you three years beginning with me to the press. white house senior adviser and ralph reid. at 1:00 hear "this week" including christ christie, haley barbour. at 2:00 it is fox news sunday. chris wallace sits down with paul ryan. the state of the union follows with guests including john mccain and roy blunt, martin omalley, and david axelrod. at 4:00, the host of the face the nation talks with crist christi, newt gingrich, and marha blackburn. they are brought to you as a public service by the network and c-span. they began at noon eastern with "meet the press," "this week, fox news sunday, state of the union, and face the
, so thank you to bob mcdonald for the all the work he's doing, a great governor. [cheers and applause] and you may know that a couple of nights ago we had a debate, you may have gotten the chance to see that. [cheers and applause] and it was a good experience, i think, for me, for the president, for people who watched. it was a debate of substance. we talked about the issues that america faces. i got the chance to ask the president some questions that people, i think people across the country have wanted to ask the president such as why it was that when america was needing jobs so badly, he was pushing for obamacare instead of working to get jobs for the american people. [cheers and applause] got the chance to ask him why there's still 23 million americans that are out of work or stopped looking for work, struggling to find good full-time jobs. i got the chance to ask him why it is the middle class is so buried in this country. incomes have gone down, prices of gasoline have doubled, prices of food and clothing and almost everything else you buy has gone up. people in the middle class
last week who won, i said america won and i meant it. >> osgood: opinion from ben stein. now to bob scheiffer in washington for a look at what's ahead on "face the nation." good morning, bob >> schieffer: good morning, charles. we have the president's main campaign strategist david axle rod on the campaign and tony larussa on the baseball play-offs. >> osgood: thank you, bob. we'll be watching. next week here on sunday morning >> welcome back! osgood: we talk the talk. with sharon osborne. >> how many now? 14. for two years in a row now, j.d. power and associates has ranked quicken loans "highest in customer satisfaction in the nation." call or go to quickenloans.com to discover for yourself, why we're engineered to amaze. sunday morning's moment of nature is sponsored by... >> osgood: we leave you this morning with the call of the wild. coyotes at wyoming's grand teton national park. >> osgood: i'm charles osgood. please join us again next sunday morning. until then, i'll see you on the radio. you know it can be hard to breathe, and how that feels. copd includes chronic bronchitis
with security and some sort of visa problem. this is unheard of. so, senator bob corker and joe lieberman among others, they want answers from clapper about why it's happening. >> dave: to the point at that tony schaeffer made on our program yesterday, he's worked with the fbi, some of the toughest and highly technically trained individuals on the planet. comfortable going into hostile zones like benghazi, it must not be an internal reason, it must be someone else they can't go in. >> clayton: bee seeds the tactffac tactffac fact-- besides the fact that libya is a free country and not the hot son that-- as it's unfolding and discussions about james clapper on the show this morning, who is james clapper we'll taking a look at his record. he made headlines in 2010 when asked about that london terrorist attack by diane sawyer and appeared he didn't know what had happened or unfolded. take a listen. >> london, how serious is it? any implications that it was coming here, and any of the things they have seen coming here? >> and-- i was surprised you didn't know about london, director clapper. >> oh,
. bob schieffer of cbs news as well as candy crowley. there are stories in the paper looking at what the candidates seem to do -- aim to do. lawrence is joining us from michigan on the democratic line. will you be watching tomorrow night? are you with us? let's go on to bill in edgewater, florida, independent. caller: good morning. i will definitely be watching. i was brought up in the republican household. but i have been paying attention to the debates and seeing a lot of shows on what the issues aren't. -- are. i don't have the confidence after the republican convention that they have a plan, because they have been avoiding giving any specifics. so i really want to hear if republicans really have something to say. other than that, i really moved to an independent position. i am willing to vote for somebody who comes up with a good plan. host: what will you listen for in particular tomorrow night, bill? the economy, health care, what issues are important to you? caller: i thinik i want more honesty from the republicans instead of evasiveness. i feel they have been dodging questions
to because i think they are captured. >> all right. let's check on bob pisani. i think he may be in that crowd of lifelock. >> yes, we are right here. the ceo is right here behind me. it's still a little early. i think we have a few moments before it's going to open. price talk is well above that. let me talk about where the markets are because a lot of chatter about the fact that the markets look like they are stalled and kind of running out of steam. there's been a lot of talk that we've had the positive ism. market is not doing much. obviously the question is about the spanish aid request. that moves the markets around on an intraday basis. a lot of people trying to position oh themselves for the end of the year. that's kind of what is going on here. most of the people i talked to were eager to see it drop a bit but because they wanted to see it buy more at lower prices. this is the race to the finish line. this is the fourth quarter. a lot of mutual funds and a lot of hedge funds are notably underperforming their bempbl marks th marks. in terms of what is going to happen,
to acknowledge mrs. bork, mary ellen and bob, jr., out in the audience. let me say at the outset, this presentation and the paper that, its based upon which i will available today if not already available on aei website and also the criterion website is work that was commissioned by google but the views that are expressed and the conclusions that are reached in the paper are sole those of judge bork and myself. well, the title of the paper presents this question of the chicago school perspective on these questions of search and google. so i thought before we dive into issues of internet search, we have some common understanding what the chicago school of antitrust analysis is. i got associate the chicago school with the writings and teachings of a number of people at chicago but also a broader, i'll call it the honorary chicago school that maybe did their ph.ds and other work there and populated other universities but the key people were in the early days director and, ed levy, ronald kost george seeing letter, a number of people won nobel prize in economics. judge bork was a stu
. >> bob dole. >> you can both get stickers. that's right. it was bob dole. he made other kinds of commercials. >> down boy. >> last question. so not all is lost if mr. ryan doesn't win, there's at least one losing vice presidential nominee who became president. who was it? >> franklin roosevelt. >> yes. it was of course franklin roosevelt who not only became president but got to be president longer than anybody else. thanks to everybody for playing. steve, thanks for taking all the stickers. >> we're a team here. >> be sure to watch steve every weekday on the cycle at 3:00 p.m. eastern. the rest will be back. we'll be talking about immigrant communities that you never hear about. and spirit of malibu is an awesome place to be. introducing the all-new 2013 chevrolet malibu eco. ♪ sophisticated new styling, the fuel-saving intelligence of eassist, 37 mpg highway, and up to 580 highway miles on a single tank of gas. ♪ the all-new 2013 chevrolet malibu eco. ♪ it has everything to put you in the malibu state of mind no matter what state you live in. ♪ if we want to improve o
is tom freed monday of the "new york times" and jessica matthews and bob kagen of the brookings institution and we ring are going to cover several sets of issues in little blocks tonight. in each case, i'm going open up, i'm going open the discussion with a quote from one or two of the panelists, we'll then have some interaction among the panelists on the theme of the quote, and then i'll ask them a couple of questions about related issue. following that, at the end of each one of these sort of three -- twenty or twenty five minute sections. i'm going it look to you for questions question keep it as interactive as possible and have you as engaged in the discussion as possible. at the very end, there will be a little more time if we vice president covered something in the context of the three big themes, then you'll be able to introduce that in to the discussion and we will wrap up here promptly at 8:00 to tonight. when we do get to the questions and answers. it would be good if you would identify yourself and keep your statement in the form of a question. i have already spoke to
, retired democratic senator sam nunn and former republican senator bob bennett appears jointly on fox business network. each offering relatively modest proposals to fix this mess. listen closely. >> we particularly have to discuss, frankly, with the american people, that the entitlement programs simply cannot maintain the same trajection. we will not cut social security or cut people's medicare but we have to bend the coastline down. >> there are trillions of dollars waiting on the sidelines for some sense of certainty, to come into the economy and invest ment. >>neil: if though get their act together. >>guest: otherwise the money will not come in. >>neil: a coiled plan that waits if someone office a plan. we do not have to solve the debt mess but just she the world we are serious about tackles the mess. ask bill clinton. sometimes you just need a do-able plan that is enough to get the markets believing and the rating agencies to hold off downgrading and have americans feeling more confident. you did not have to wave a wand and tell us how you will make all the red ink disappear overn
? who would have thought? i did. we did, bob. we did. got it. >>> today ben bernanke our valiant fed chief reaffirmed the thought of keeping the interest rates down. let me give you the basic cramer english translation. ben's once again saying buy dividend stocks, high yields. because if you went income from your investn'ts dividends are going to be the only game in town for years to come. bernanke is promising that the returns from bonds will be puny. same thing with cds. he can make that promise. you need to swap in the dividend stocks that's what we'll introduce you to prologis. it's a global real estate interest trust. they specialize in distribution space for customers that do business in multiple countries. that's why some of the biggest customer, dhl, amazon, pepsi -- pepsico and fedex. think of prologis, one that sports a yield, exactly the kind of dividend stock you want in the low interest rate environment. it's rallied since the beginning of the year, but late it's pulled back from three points. it could be giving you a good entry point here. first though, before making an
're seeing the impact on our data. host: bob, welcome to the conversation. caller: thank you very much. i happen to be one of those snow angels that the other lady -- host: is very happy about. [laughter] caller: i lived through the depression, so you can imagine how all i am. i wanted to comment on this recession that we're going through. it started 60 years ago when a new england lost its leather industry. that is a terrible blow to this country, we hope it doesn't continue. then 40 years ago, it lost its apparel industry trade in large plant -- i met a gentleman who worked for a plant in south america, and i asked him what he did, and he took care of all the machinery. "we have 12 plants in south america --" host: i have to jump in, because we are just about out of time. exporting jobs in the earlier part of the 20th-century -- what was behind that? there was not a nafta agreement. guest: but it still had to do with the changing global economy. for the u.s., it made more sense, purely economically, to buy it cheaper from a lower- cost country. look at what happened in the uk. they were
. well, if it isn't mr. margin. mr. margin? don't be modest, bob. you found a better way to pack a bowling ball. that was ups. and who called ups? you did, bob. i just asked a question. it takes a long time to pack a bowling ball. the last guy pitched more ball packers. but you... you consulted ups. you fod a better way. that's logistics. that's margin. find out what else ups knows. i'll do that. you're on a roll. that's funny. i wasn't being funny, bob. i know. >> welcome back, quick headlines, police arresting nearly two dozen people after an occupy protest gets ugly and trying to stop demonstrators from blocking traffic and one officer was hurt and is expected to be okay. volunteers in florida making calls for president obama's presidential campaign get a surprise visitor. ann romney, stopping by in orlando, call center with pizza and meeting people and signing autographs and put to work by making phone calls and get on the phone. need some help. peter. >> peter: thanks, clayton. a 18 year army veteran has been flagged over a course he was teaching on radical islam. lt. colon
systems, we start approaching something between baghdad bob on one hand, and in news speak from 1984 on the other. stuart: do you think it's gone that far? >> i think i saw in the last two weeks in libya has been unbelievable. let me give you a couple of examples. we have an ambassador and i wrote about, had written about this and spoke about it, we have an ambassador who has no security on the anniversary of 9-11, by the way, valerie jarrett, a white house aide has full secret service detail. nobody challenges this. we have susan rice goes out, does five shows on sunday, she's not even in the line of authority saying it's all that video. the white house knew it wasn't. they knew how dangerous the narrative would be, if it were described as a terrorist attack and they went days before the-- >> got it now. i've got 20 seconds, you tell me why the media elites are doing this. 20 seconds. >> because they believe it's their job to dictate to the american people where they know better for them. they don't serve the people they rule them and making themselves,stuart, i say they're making t
. >> in about an hour, we will go to nebraska as bob kerrey debates deb fischer. it starts like tonight at 8:00 eastern. you can also listen on c-span2 radio or watch live thaat c- span.org. also tonight, mitt romney is get to speak tonight at 9:15 eastern. his comments will be live on c- span2. a look ahead to tomorrow and live coverage of the texas senate debate with republican ted cruz and pa of mr. hutchins. that will be live from dallas on c-span. more campaign 2012 coverage with the senate debate between scott brown and a democratic challenger, elizabeth warren. it is their second of four televised debates. i live now to the university of massachusetts. -- live up now to the university of massachusetts. -- live now to the university of massachusetts. >> moderator of meet the press and welcome to the center of massachusetts co-sponsored by the university and the boston herald. i am joined by the two candidates, miss elizabeth warren and a senator scott brown. welcome to both of you. a thank you for being here. just a note about the rules, basically there are none. no set time limits. wh
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strickland, the former director of the cbo. at 4:00 bob sheiffer talks with david axelrod. the sunday talk shows three erring on c-span radio are brought to you as a public service by the network and c- span. again, they began at noon at"meet the press," > on the sixth day after being an office, we were sitting in the oval office. larry summers said, mr. president, looking at this year 's budget, you will have $1 trillion deficit. he said, i have not done anything yet. >> we cannot keep looking our children in the i knowing that we are going to give them a diminished future. we are spending their money today. it is a very simple idea. mitt romney and i will bring it to washington. we have to stop spending money we do not have it. we must cut spending. we have to get a balanced budget. we must get the debt under control. >> paul ryan and joe biden will face off in their only debate.
... ups? ups. not fantasy? who would have thought? i did. we did, bob. we did. got it. >>> i had to ask how to pronounce her name before we came back. real professional. great to have you here. >> thanks for having me. >> let's talk about the future of affirmative action in america not just before the court, but is on the docket. argue mlts are scheduled. it's the first big blockbuster case the court will hear. it's a case tomorrow about corporate personhood and this statute. we covered that before. it's a little in the legal weeds. we are going fisher because what appears to be on the table is whether the court will allow any kind, any kind of consideration of race as a factor in admission to higher education to promote diversity in the sense of affirmative action. chief justice john roberts has shown through a variety of writings to be incredibly hostile to this notion. there's a famous statement of his from a case called parents involved in which the court struck down a mechanism for integrating public schools that was popular. the parents were behind it. it still was struck down and
in the second of four of their television debates. that will be followed at 8:00 by deb fisher debating bob kerrey is for the open seat in nebraska. on c-span2, eric cantor squares off against wayne hall. -- wayne powell. >> every generation through our history has worked and sacrificed to leave a better country to their children, grandchildren and future generations. we were than spending their money. we are now even much more spending their money and we're leaving them a message that will be very difficult to deal with and if we're that week, just think of who wants to come here first and take us over? the last thing i ever want to see is our country taken over because we are so financially weak we can't do anything and we're moving in that direction. we're on the edge of a cliff and we have to start fixing it now, otherwise we are leaving a disaster for our children and grandchildren and we could even lose our country. >> ross perot, interviewed on the u.s. economy. you can find the article in today's edition of "usa today." that's tonight on c-span at 9:00 eastern. >> supreme court just
, inventory systems... ups? ups. not fantas who would have thought? i did. we did, bob. we did. got it. >>heather: welcome back at the bottom the hour and time for the top of the news. the pharmacy that distributed steroids linked to the deadly meningitis out break in the united states recalling their products. the centers for disease control reporting there are 91 cases of meningitis in nine states. at least seven people have died. shock at pump: a gas station in california is charging $6.65 a gallon. the state-wide average is $4.65. >> governor romney drawing on his debate success campaigning in the crucial battleground state of florida. governor romney telling voters these are tough years for the middle class and the poor in america. >> now to president obama on the ground in california. campaigning to raise as much cash as possible in the crucial weeks leading up to the election. the president's theme is 30 days to victory. he is calling on celebrities to help pay for an aggress wive campaign against governor romney. ed henry is live in los angeles with more on this. >>reporter: th
they are going to vote for romney. there are 15% in a rasmussen poll that are still uncommitted. bob bennett a former republican senator from utah and byron dorgan democratic senator from north dakota is also joining us. senator dorgan, that seems like a high number. what do you make of this ahead of wednesday night's debate? >> well most polls have are you certain and then also are you leaning? this doesn't have one of those categories. you know, this is kind of like a scavenger hunt for good polling news. it is entertaining, but it doesn't matter very much. what really matters is what do the polls show how independents feel in ohio, pennsylvania, florida, wisconsin and so on? so, you know, this is a close race. i think president obama is leading in the key swing states. and this debate is going to be very interesting, viewed by a lot of americans. so i think both candidates are going intoothis thinking they really have to do well. connell: senator dorgan is right senator bennett in that the president has been leading in the polls. take nbc "wall street journal" as an example in those swing
governor christie, definitely not like this. >> i'll tell you, bob, thursday morning, you're going to be scratching your heads and saying, wow, we have a barn burner for the next 33 days. >> reporter: the thing is, when you say that, the president's senior adviser says stuff like this. >> they expect to come out of this with a race fundamentally changed. what does that mean? if it is going to fundamentally change, that means in seven or ten days from now you'll see ohio tied, states like iowa tied. that's what matters here. >> reporter: like they say, governor christie, there is no heavier burden than great expectations. candy crowley, cnn, washington. >> jessica yellin, i love candy, didn't get the memo. this is all part of the noise surrounding this lowering expectations game. i want to show everyone this one poll. here is your expectation. this is from abc news/washington post, found 55% of those questioned believe obama will win the debate. 31% said romney will win. that's obviously huge margin there. are you surprised by that, that big differential? >> no. i mean, romney had a
body keeps it safe? >> it's not only sterile, but your body takes can with you. so bob woodruff was able to travel with the bone in his belly and they could put it back back in the united states. >> truly remarkable. jamie, how has this whole experience changed you? >> do i have 25 minutes? i think, you know, the biggest change -- we all face, you know, the morning and decide how are we going to handle today? and i think the biggest thing that's changed is it's not really a decision anymore. i am so grateful the minute my feet touch the ground. sorry. i can still make breakfast. take my kids to school. the things that seem so mundane before. not mundane anymore. i'm just so thankful and happy. >> that's a good reminder for all of us. jamie and nick, so good to see you and doing well. >> thank you so much. >> you are truly a miracle, and doctor, thank you for being here too. >> my pleasure. >>> coming up next, we'll take a turn and tell you some simple, savvy and, yes, silly tips from the perfect blt to how to get the wax off your candle sticks. right after this. [ male announcer
what's the connection? what happens, i brought my friend bob with me, and you take an antibiotic, and the antibiotic kills the bad bacteria that we're all trying to kill but it also kills good bacteria. and the theory is, is that somehow the inflammation that occurs in the intensens from that change in bacteria leads to and perpetuates the risk for developing inflammatory bowel disease. >> okay. let's switch quickly to another topic. children and those video games. not all bad news, right? some of the games can help some of our kids get moving. >> i love this story. basically, what it is all about is they did a study looking at kids with interactive exercise video games. and they found that their metabolism went up by 100%. they could lose up to a pound a week, if they did it for about one or two hours a day. and what i love about this, is the fact that we are tackling something that is going to make children live less long than their parents for the first time in history. and obesity is a major epidemic. and a crisis in this country. >> i agree totally. we have 30 seconds, dr. m
but it travels with you. bob woodruff had one done in afghanistan and he was able to travel with the bone in his belly and they could put it back back in the united states. >> that's truly remarkable. jamie, how has the whole experience changed you? >> do i have 25 minutes? no, i think, you know, the biggest change, we all face the morning and decide, how are we going to handle today? and i think the biggest thing that's changed, it is not really a decision anymore. i'm so grateful the minute my feet touch the ground. sorry. i just go make breakfast, and take my kids to school, the things that seemed so mundane before are not mundane anymore. i'm just so grateful and happy. >> jamie, a great reminder. you are truly a miracle. we appreciate you having you here and doctor, thank you for being here, too. >> my pleasure. >> coming up, we'll tell you some simple, savvy tips from the perfect blt to how to get the wax off your candlesticks right after this. [ male announcer ] 20,000 btus produce a delicate sear. double-oven range makes dinner and dessert -- at the same time. turbo-charged advantium ove
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